How one man’s passion for fly-fishing led to protecting Russian salmon rivers

Salmon strongholds have in recent years been advanced around the North Pacific as conservation strategies to protect watersheds that are home to healthy wild salmon populations and the larger ecosystems they support.

“Stronghold” is the engrossing, well-told story of one man, Guido Rahr, responsible for initiating and advancing the stronghold concept in the North Pacific, particularly on Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula.

LINK (via: Anchorage Daily News)

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